This site uses cookies. By continuing to use this site you agree to our use of cookies. To find out more, see our Privacy and Cookies policy.
IOP Publishing | science first

IOP Publishing provides a range of journals, ebooks, magazines, websites and services that enable researchers and research organisations to reach the widest possible audience for their research. We combine the culture of a learned society with global reach and highly efficient and effective publishing systems and processes. Find out more

IOP Publishing is part of:
snail

Scientists find best way to rid a garden of snails

Gardeners wanting to rid their spring flowerbeds of pesky snails can ditch the beer traps and egg shells and instead develop a strong throwing arm.

lightning

High-speed solar winds increase lightning strikes on Earth

New evidence suggests that lightning on Earth is triggered not only by cosmic rays from space, but also by energetic particles from the Sun.

astronomy

Astronomy Image Explorer launched

IOP Publishing and the American Astronomical Society are pleased to announce the launch of the Astronomy Image Explorer.

roboclam

"RoboClam" hits new depths as robotic digger

A digging robot inspired by the unique mechanisms employed by the Atlantic razor clam has been created by a group of researchers in the US.

materials science

IOP Publishing expands materials science publishing programme

We are pleased to announce the addition of three new materials research titles to our journal publishing programme.

IOP Publishing for...

Awards

Physiological Measurement Martin Black Award

Congratulations to Benjamin Sanchez et al.

Physics in Medicine & Biology Roberts Prize

Congratulations to Costas Arvanitis et al.

All awards

News
physics fingernails

Physicists sound warning to "nail beauty fanatics"

The daily trimming of fingernails and toenails to make them more aesthetically pleasing could be detrimental and potentially lead to serious nail conditions.

17 Oct 2014Bristol, UK
fruit fly sniff bomb

Fruit flies show ability to sniff out chemical hazards

The ‘nose’ of the common fruit fly could soon be used to detect drugs and explosives thanks to new research that has revealed the fly’s impressive ability to sniff out a range of hazardous chemicals.

15 Oct 2014Bristol, UK

Rhapsody in blue: Japanese trio scoop the 2014 physics Nobel

IOP Publishing congratulates Japanese-born scientists Isamu Akasaki, Hiroshi Amano and Shuji Nakamura on becoming the latest Nobel prize laureates.

08 Oct 2014Bristol, UK

More news from IOP Publishing

Publications

iopscience.org

Making it easier for researchers to access scientific, technical and medical journals content. More >

cerncourier.com

CERN Courier is the International journal of high-energy physics. More >

IOP Conference Series

Fast, versatile and effective proceedings publication service for your conference. More >

physicsworld.com

News, views and information for the global physics community. More >

brightrecruits.com

A range of opportunities for jobseekers with backgrounds in physics or engineering. More >

All Publications

Map of the world